The International Monetary Fund has today stamped a loan approval which will see Kenyan Government receive KES 255.1 Billion.
This being just a few months after receiving 2.3 Billion dollars from the same fund source and separately 1.5 Billion dollars from World Bank, all to fund the Covid-19 recovery program; Kenyans have really been angered by this move.
As a result, they have stormed IMF Facebook page with various concerns. "I have a feeling that IMF is also as corrupt as the Kenyan govt.Why do you keep pumping loans to Uhuru's govt without listening to Kenyans? We've told you time and again that the money ends up in a few individuals pockets but you never listen, which begs the question... Are IMF officials also part of this cartel?are you taking cut?" Gitahi Kimaru questioned.
Abysam Benjamin also wrote saying; "When will you guys stop lending this failed government money,what exactly a you benefitting when our life gets burden paying loans that you give to this government and the money goes to pples pocket. every penny you have given this government has been looted,what red flags do you need to see for you to stop this?"
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